Athletes representing District 16 Essequibo Islands are confident of doing well at the National Schools track and field, cycling and swimming championships which commenced today.
Essequibo Islands Secondary school won the Wakenaam inter-schools championships which were held recently at the Wakenaam Community Centre ground. Arthurville Primary placed second followed by Sans Souci Primary and Maria’s Pleasure Primary.
Ebon Wiggins (U-10), Tiasha Dazelle and Fitzroy Retemiah (U-12), Leroy Retemiah and Serena Wiggins (U-14), Liz Clemenston (U-16), Miles Hendricks and Troydell Grandison (U-18) and 2012 national schools U-14 champion boy Nkosie Dazell are some of the athletes to look forward to.
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